February 19, 2013

UEFA Europa League - Round of 32 (II) - Referee Appointments

UEFA has released the referee appointments for Europa League's Round of 32, second legs, to be played on Thursday, 21 February. 
Jonas Eriksson (SWE) (c) Augsburger Allgemeine

(RUS) Rubin Kazan
18:00
Atlético Madrid (ESP)
21 February 2013, 18:00 CET – Stadion Luzhniki, Moscow (RUS)
Referee
Ovidiu Alin Hategan (ROU)
Assistant Referee 1
Cristian Nica (ROU)
Assistant Referee 2
Octavian Sovre (ROU)
Fourth Official
Radu Adrian Ghinguleac (ROU)
Additional Assistant Referee 1
Alexandru Tudor (ROU)
Additional Assistant Referee 2
Sebastian Coltescu (ROU)
UEFA Referee Observer
Wilfried Heitmann (GER)
UEFA Delegate
Jaroslav Dudl (CZE)
UEFA Referee Liaison Officer
Dennis Mareev (RUS)


(BEL) KRC Genk
19:00
VfB Stuttgart (GER)
21 February 2013, 19:00 CET – KRC Genk Arena, Genk (BEL)
Referee
Alon Yefet (ISR)
Assistant Referee 1
Dvir Shimon (ISR)
Assistant Referee 2
Amihay Yesohua Mozes (ISR)
Fourth Official
Danny Krasikow (ISR)
Additional Assistant Referee 1
Eli Hacmon (ISR)
Additional Assistant Referee 2
Liran Wachsberger (ISR)
UEFA Referee Observer
Vladimir Antonov (MDA)
UEFA Delegate
Wolfgang Thierrichter (AUT)
UEFA Referee Liaison Officer
Roland van Nylen (BEL)


(UKR) Metalist Kharkiv
19:00
Newcastle Utd. (ENG)
21 February 2013, 19:00 CET – Metalist Stadium, Kharkiv (UKR)
Referee
Serge Gumienny (BEL)
Assistant Referee 1
Walter Vromans (BEL)
Assistant Referee 2
Frank Bleyen (BEL)
Fourth Official
Kristof Meers (BEL)
Additional Assistant Referee 1
Luc Wouters (BEL)
Additional Assistant Referee 2
Alexandre Boucaut (BEL)
UEFA Referee Observer
Yury Dupanau (BLR)
UEFA Delegate
Luca Zorzi (SUI)
UEFA Referee Liaison Officer
Vitalii Shved (UKR)


(FRA) Olympique Lyon
19:00
Tottenham (ENG)
21 February 2013, 19:00 CET – Stade de Gerland, Lyon (FRA)
Referee
Wolfgang Stark (GER)
Assistant Referee 1
Jan-Hendrik Salver (GER)
Assistant Referee 2
Mike Pickel (GER)
Fourth Official
Christoph Bornhorst (GER)
Additional Assistant Referee 1
Felix Zwayer (GER)
Additional Assistant Referee 2
Tobias Welz (GER)
UEFA Referee Observer
Alan Snoddy (IRL)
UEFA Delegate
Gerhard Sager (SWE)
UEFA Referee Liaison Officer
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(ITA) Lazio Roma
19:00
Borussia M’gladbach (GER)
21 February 2013, 19:00 CET – Stadio Olimpico, Roma (ITA)
Referee
Hüseyin Göçek (TUR)
Assistant Referee 1
Emre Eyisoy (TUR)
Assistant Referee 2
Orkun Aktaş (TUR)
Fourth Official
Çem Satman (TUR)
Additional Assistant Referee 1
Barış Simsek (TUR)
Additional Assistant Referee 2
Mete Kalkavan (TUR)
UEFA Referee Observer
Konrad Plautz (AUT)
UEFA Delegate
Milovan Djukanovic (MNE)
UEFA Referee Liaison Officer
Danilo Filacchione (ITA)


(ROU) CFR Cluj
19:00
Internazionale (ITA)
21 February 2013, 19:00 CET – Stadionul Dr. Radulescu, Cluj-Napoca (ROU)
Referee
Pawel Gil (POL)
Assistant Referee 1
Piotr Sadczuk (POL)
Assistant Referee 2
Maciej Wierzbowski (POL)
Fourth Official
Konrad Sapela (POL)
Additional Assistant Referee 1
Robert Malek (POL)
Additional Assistant Referee 2
Hubert Siejewicz (POL)
UEFA Referee Observer
Paul Allaerts (BEL)
UEFA Delegate
Panagiotis Chatzialexiou (GER)
UEFA Referee Liaison Officer
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(UKR) Dnipro
19:00
FC Basel (SUI)
21 February 2013, 19:00 CET – Dnipro Arena, Dnipropetrovsk (UKR)
Referee
Deniz Aytekin (GER)
Assistant Referee 1
Guido Kleve (GER)
Assistant Referee 2
Thorsten Schiffner (GER)
Fourth Official
Detlef Scheppe (GER)
Additional Assistant Referee 1
Robert Hartmann (GER)
Additional Assistant Referee 2
Guido Winkmann (GER)
UEFA Referee Observer
Costas Kapitanis (CYP)
UEFA Delegate
Rotem Kamer (ISR)
UEFA Referee Liaison Officer
Viktor Paradnikov (UKR)


(ENG) Liverpool
21:05
Zenit St Petersburg (RUS)
21 February 2013, 21:05 CET – Anfield, Liverpool (ENG)
Referee
Björn Kuipers (NED)
Assistant Referee 1
Sander van Roekel (NED)
Assistant Referee 2
Erwin Zeinstra (NED)
Fourth Official
Charles Schaap (NED)
Additional Assistant Referee 1
Pol van Boekel (NED)
Additional Assistant Referee 2
Richard Liesveld (NED)
UEFA Referee Observer
Manuel Enrique Mejuto González (ESP)
UEFA Delegate
Ronny Zimmermann (GER)
UEFA Referee Liaison Officer
David Pugh (ENG)


(POR) SL Benfica
21:05
Bayer Leverkusen (GER)
21 February 2013, 21:05 CET – Estádio da Luz, Lisbon (POR)
Referee
Pavel Královec (CZE)
Assistant Referee 1
Roman Slyško (SVK)
Assistant Referee 2
Martin Wilczek (CZE)
Fourth Official
Antonin Kordula (CZE)
Additional Assistant Referee 1
Radek Přihoda (CZE)
Additional Assistant Referee 2
Michal Patak (CZE)
UEFA Referee Observer
Athanassios Briakos (GRE)
UEFA Delegate
José Luis López Serrano (ESP)
UEFA Referee Liaison Officer
Carlos Alberto Silva Valente (POR)


(GRE) Olympiacos
21:05
Levante UD (ESP)
21 February 2013, 21:05 CET – Anfield, Liverpool (ENG)
Referee
Matej Jug (SVN)
Assistant Referee 1
Primož Arhar (SVN)
Assistant Referee 2
Andrej Kokolj (SVN)
Fourth Official
Jure Praprotnik (SVN)
Additional Assistant Referee 1
Dragoslav Perič (SVN)
Additional Assistant Referee 2
Dejan Balažič (SVN)
UEFA Referee Observer
Bo Karlsson (SWE)
UEFA Delegate
Patrick Mcgrath (IRL)
UEFA Referee Liaison Officer
Evangelos C. Machairas (GRE)


(ENG) Chelsea FC
21:05
Sparta Praha
21 February 2013, 21:05 CET – Stamford Bridge, London (ENG)
Referee
Aleksandar Stavrev (MKD)
Assistant Referee 1
Marjan Kirovski (MKD)
Assistant Referee 2
Dejan Kostadinov (MKD)
Fourth Official
Dusko Miloseski (MKD)
Additional Assistant Referee 1
Dimitar Meckarovski (MKD)
Additional Assistant Referee 2
Dejan Jakimovski (MKD)
UEFA Referee Observer
Peter Fröjdfeldt (SWE)
UEFA Delegate
Jean Paul Mievis (BEL)
UEFA Referee Liaison Officer
Gary Stephen Willard (ENG)


(TUR) Fenerbahçe
21:05
BATE (BLR)
21 February 2013, 21:05 CET – Estádio da Luz, Lisbon (POR)
Referee
Antony Gautier (FRA)
Assistant Referee 1
Cyril Gringore (FRA)
Assistant Referee 2
Fredji Harchay (FRA)
Fourth Official
Philippe Jeanne (FRA)
Additional Assistant Referee 1
Laurent Duhamel (FRA)
Additional Assistant Referee 2
Olivier Thual (FRA)
UEFA Referee Observer
Stefano Farina (ITA)
UEFA Delegate
Roland Ospelt (LIE)
UEFA Referee Liaison Officer
Alper Dogmen (TUR)


(FRA) Girondins B.
21:05
Dynamo Kyiv (UKR)
21 February 2013, 21:05 CET – Anfield, Liverpool (ENG)
Referee
Ivan Bebek (CRO)
Assistant Referee 1
Tomislav Petrović (CRO)
Assistant Referee 2
Miro Grgić (CRO)
Fourth Official
Dalibor Conjar (CRO)
Additional Assistant Referee 1
Domagoj Vučkov (CRO)
Additional Assistant Referee 2
Goran Gabrilo (CRO)
UEFA Referee Observer
Terje Hauge (NOR)
UEFA Delegate
Ivan Lekov (BUL)
UEFA Referee Liaison Officer
?


(GER) Hannover 96
21:05
Anji (GER)
21 February 2013, 21:05 CET – AWD Arena, Hannover (GER)
Referee
Jonas Eriksson (SWE)
Assistant Referee 1
Mathias Klasenius (SWE)
Assistant Referee 2
Daniel Wärnmark (SWE)
Fourth Official
Stefan Wittberg (SWE)
Additional Assistant Referee 1
Stefan Johannesson (SWE)
Additional Assistant Referee 2
Markus Strömbergsson (SWE)
UEFA Referee Observer
Fritz Stuchlik (AUT)
UEFA Delegate
Michel Pralong (SUI)
UEFA Referee Liaison Officer
Wolfgang Mierswa (GER)


(CZE) Viktoria Plzen
21:05
SSC Napoli (ITA)
21 February 2013, 21:05 CET – Stadion mesta Plzne, Plzen (CZE)
Referee
Viktor Kassai (HUN)
Assistant Referee 1
Gabor Erös (HUN)
Assistant Referee 2
György Ring (HUN)
Fourth Official
Robert Kispál (HUN)
Additional Assistant Referee 1
Tamás Bognar (HUN)
Additional Assistant Referee 2
Mihaly Fabián (HUN)
UEFA Referee Observer
Rodger Gifford (WAL)
UEFA Delegate
Thórir Hákonarson (ISL)
UEFA Referee Liaison Officer
?


(ROU) Steaua Bucuresti
21:05
Ajax Amsterdam (NED)
21 February 2013, 21:05 CET – National Arena, Bucharest (ROU)
Referee
Paolo Tagliavento (ITA)
Assistant Referee 1
Andrea Stefani (ITA)
Assistant Referee 2
Lorenzo Manganelli (ITA)
Fourth Official
Elenito Di Liberatore (ITA)
Additional Assistant Referee 1
Luca Banti (ITA)
Additional Assistant Referee 2
Mauro Bergonzi (ITA)
UEFA Referee Observer
George Brian Smith (SCO)
UEFA Delegate
José Guilherme Aguiar (POR)
UEFA Referee Liaison Officer
?

87 Comments:

  1. Another a shocking case of violence against a young referee: http://ccaa.elpais.com/ccaa/2013/02/19/valencia/1361269877_228071.html

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  2. Anonymous19/2/13 16:26

    DRAGAN NIKOLOVSKI
    Kassai for Plzen-Napoli ??? Nonsense !!!
    I only see it as a warm up for something really big in CL in two/three weeks - MAN UTD-REAL or BARCELONA-MILAN

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  3. Anonymous19/2/13 16:38

    It´s absurdity see Kassai,Eriksson,Kuipers....at
    Uefa Euro League and Thompson and Collum at Champions.

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    1. Kassai, Eriksson and Kuipers will officiate in the next stages in CL. I don't see this big absurdity, indeed, it's even better for them, because they will be appointed for more important matches.
      An important chance to Collum and Thomson had to be given, it isn't a scandal in my opinion.

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    2. Anonymous20/2/13 12:31

      There is no scandal, but policy is that the gray mouse Collum can whistle in the UCL

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  4. Anonymous19/2/13 16:39

    Collina and Hugh Dallas are mistaken.

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  5. Gabor Erös is back with Kassai, after two or three matches. Hope he will be able to handle without mistakes.

    Roman Slyško seems sure also in the pre-list, taking the place of Kordula.

    Markus Strombergsson has always the time to appear as additional but he retired from international refereeing, that is at least a big strange.

    Very mportant test for Jug.

    Rodger Gifford (WAL) and Alan Snoddy (IRL) as observers have alwyas Elite referees.

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  6. Taking into account all the appointments until now, in my opinion there are two names for Barcelona - Milan 2nd leg: Cakir or Skomina.

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    1. Or Kassai...after Moen and Tagliavento, that is possible. I would like to see Cakir there.

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    2. And I'm almost sure about Rizzoli in Manchester United - Real Madrid.

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    3. Agree with you on both accounts Chef.

      Did you get chance to read through Mallenco report?

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    4. I think, we should not forget Eriksson and Kuipers, who are experienced EURO referees, and had some interesting group stage matches. They are possible for the top clashes as well.

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    5. Hi NIK!
      Yes, I have read your report, and let me say that it was an excellent work. You have listed each situation of the match, minute by minute. It's an incredible work and I can only admire that. Surely, the most detailed report of the matches played until now. I haven't watched the match (just the first GOAL - NO GOAL situation), therefore I'm not able to give my opinion, but of course I trust you, making again my compliments.

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  7. Hi Philipp,

    Yes but remember that Eriksson and Kuipers were the referees of Milan - Barça last year, so it's difficult to see again them appointed for this match and of course especially Kuipers after that controversial penalty. By the way, both are (at least on the paper) possible candidates for Manchester - Real Madrid.

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    1. I appreciate Thomson and Collum's appointment in UCL for so important matches. It's time to allow referees grown fast to have new collina and Dallasa soon.
      I don't understand Kassai for Naple's match; it's already closed (3-0 first leg) and honestly is not so important. Better to keep Kassai frozen for return leg of UCL and give a first category official a chance to make experience in KO stage in quite match. Nikolaev for exemple.
      In the mean time I don't agree about a new appointment of Moen after his match in UEL few days ago. In Elite class there are 22 referees not only one.
      Agree with chefren: Kassai, Skomina and Cakir candidates for Barca-MIlan

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  8. Hi Bo Karlsson observer MATEJ JUG. What does that mean? Is's easy Sloveniais the secondgreat talent sędziowskithe DAMIR SKOMINA. And one unexpected changein the Polish team of judges instead MARTIN BORKOWSKI as AR.2of PAUL GIL goes MACIEK WIRZBOWSKI. And Martin Borkowski nie pojechał to TURKEY which is a grouping of POLISH judges lose their FIFA-REFEREE badge

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  9. Several info from Italy, hope it can be interesting for you.


    The match in India for which Rizzoli was appointed this week was annulled (maybe postponed, news are not clear) and so Rizzoli is at home now ;)

    Gianluca Rocchi along with Riccardo Di Fiore and Alessandro Giallatini are appointed for the Crown Prince Cup final, to be played tomorrow in Riyadh, Kihng Fahad International Stadium. Match is Al Hilal - Al Nassr. Probably Relaxed Man can help us with the name of fourth official (probably Al Ghamdi but I can't be sure). This match one year ago was officiated by Nicola Rizzoli (10/02/2012).

    Top clash Inter - Milan (city of Milan derby) to be played Sunday evening:
    INTER – MILAN
    MAZZOLENI
    NICCOLAI – GIORDANO
    IV: MAGGIANI
    ADD1: BANTI
    ADD2: GERVASONI

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    1. 4th Official: Abdulrahman Al-Amri (KSA)

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    2. @RELAXED MAN what do you think of the second goal of Inter in Romania?Its offside?Have a look.Its a Polish referee team...
      http://videos.sapo.pt/7SzKlApIZ2mosofOESuT

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    3. Hmmm, I think that we should give a credit to Mr. Sadczuk. Maybe some cms but this angel and even replay doesn't show it in a clear way... However, the onside leaded to the first goal was just brilliant.

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    4. Screen:
      http://www.sendspace.pl/file/71470c0732f0af4d1b2c953

      Really, don't know :)

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    5. For me excellent desicion for play on on first goal,
      but the second one its clear offside since the goalkeeper is missing and the second defender is behind guarin!

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    6. I think that goallie indicates an offside line in this case. This perspective is not so good, I think it's not offside and even if that occures, must be very minimal by half a foot or something like that. Probably another great call but I would like to see better angle...

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    7. I agree with you both, onside. I think even though the perspective is slightly blurred, it was clearly level.

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  10. Am I wrong or do they strongly push Mazzoleni at the moment? And perhaps also because Valeri disappointed them? (I do not watch much Italian football and only saw Valeri twice in full length so far).

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    1. At moment, Mazzoleni seems to be loved by the committee, yes.
      He showed good performance in the last months, so he surely deserves what he is reaching. Now it's his moment.
      And you are right also about Valeri, he assigned a wrong penalty in favor of Milan in Milan-Udinese and he was punished with 3 weeks of stop by committee. There were many complaints by Udinese after this situation. Rumors say that there was also a violent quarrel with the observer (which was the Comittee's Chief, Stefano Braschi) in the locker room for this terrible mistake, but we can't be sure about that.

      Meanwhile, Rubin Kazan is starting right now. Poor scenario, Luzhniki stadium is empty and Hategan is officiating dressed like an AAR ;)



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    2. Regarding Rubin- Atletico:

      I don't know if this game is a good example for an international game: stadium is empty (more or less), temperature is -12, Atletico has 7 youngsters in their squad for this game etc.

      At the end, which is the purpose of football? At -12 degrees is terrible for everyone: players, referees, fans. Football should mean pleasure...

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    3. Yes, on the other hand, I do not see any solution for that. But if Kazan does not play at home, why do they play in Moscow? I mean, if you have to play in a different venue in your official "home-match", then it does not matter whether Moscow or a town with higher temperature.

      Aytekin with already six yellows in the first half.
      Göcek good.

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    4. Excellent decision to give a straight red card by Hategan for a reckless tackle. Brutal foul

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  11. The decision by Vad to allow the counter attack in 1st leg match was crucial for Rubin qualification.
    If you remember, time was 94:35 when Rubin scored the 0-2 and today they have lost 0-1. ;)
    Added time is very important, by the way I would like to know what is the opinion of UEFA about that. If they stay with Brych or Vad...

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    1. I have not found time to download the second half yet, so I will complete Vad-observation then. Good to hear that Hategan made a correct decision.

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    2. Taking into account, amount of minutes added at EURO by all referees (must be strong intruction) it's sure that they are with Vad. Will not again say what I think about especially German way of adding time ;)

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    3. German officials don't like added time, they always whistle as soon as possible. It's true.

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    4. Except Markus Merk.
      And please stop that persistent generalize-mode..there is not THE German adding time way ;) For Brych that might count, for most of the other Bundesliga and 2. Bundesliga officials, it does not.

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    5. yes:
      Gagelmann, Perl, Welz

      no:
      Stark, Grafe, Zwayer (sometimes), Aytekin (sometimes)

      OK, not everyone, but it's mostly visible by those Germans who use this way :) I didn't detect such way in other countries ;)

      Don't be so angry :D

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    6. Don't worry, I am not angry ;)
      But also for these names I do not totally agree, but never mind. Brych is really the only one who exaggerates it (in Schalke-Gladbach he terminated the match at 90+2:40 although 3 minutes were signalized).

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  12. Superb NO FLAG by Piotr Sadczuk in Cluj - Inter. This is the 0-1 goal.

    http://s14.directupload.net/file/d/3173/vy3vljdl_jpg.htm

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  13. Aytekin gave a straight red card for a raised elbow to Kalinic.

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    1. Another straight red card given by the German referee: handball by Frei to save a goal. Correct decision and penalty given.

      Furthermore, Goceck correctly detected a dive by Borussia player, which simulated a foul by Marchetti, Lazio keeper.

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    2. Incredible match for Aytekin, another crucial decision. Penalty whistled to Basel, correct decision.

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    3. Agree on both. Whenever I saw Göcek, he gave a correct yellow for diving. In Kobenhavn, SRB-ENG and now again.

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    4. Nic do you have the Lazio highlights I want to see Karasev's 9.5 performance?

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    5. Kabel 1 / RAN Germany have the full match to watch on their site. But I strong doubt it works in other countries.
      Dailymotion has not many highlight sessions either, so perhaps on rojadirecta.me you find something.

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  14. Didn't watch it with a notebook on my knees, but Gumienny with at least 8.4 performance. Very solid.

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    1. Anonymous21/2/13 22:06

      indeed, difficult game with a lot of small faults. But he handled it very well.

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    2. What about the penalty he gave. I have heard that it was a DOGSO.

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    3. Hi Edward.

      Here the video:
      http://videos.sapo.pt/Wzz3WNk2c4bm7RTAGaPh#share

      Penalty situaton starts from 00:25.

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    4. Thanks Chefren.

      Never a DOGSO. I can agree with his no-card call.

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  15. Solid first half by Kassai in Plzen-Napoli but I'm sorry because I have to report another mistake by Gabor Eros.
    Blatant mistake in a potentially important situation for Napoli: flag for offside (23') when it was neither a borderline call. The player was clearyl onside. I'm sorry but if Eros goes on in this way, he should leave forever Kassai team.
    He has has already many chances, but he is still disappointing.
    This was the only call he had to do in first half.

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  16. Jug (Olympiakos - Levante) with a good first half. He had 1 difficult situation (rejected penalty for Levante) and he was totally correct. 4 yellow cards for 1 riot (all correct).

    Primoz Arhar with a faultless performance.

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  17. Watched the last 30 minutes of Liverpool-Zenit.

    Brutal tackle by Liverpool, yellow card by Kupiers around 66 minutes, should have been red in my opinion. Don't have too much else to say about the match, last 30 minutes was good performance by Kupiers.

    Did anyone watch Stavrev in the Chelsea match? How did he perform?

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    1. Stavrev- very solid, standard edition. The game was easy. Its effect is always between 8.2 to 8.4...

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    2. I watched almost the whole match and what I can report of questionable is only a wrong throw-in awarded by Kirovski (the ball seemed not totally out).
      The cards given by Stavrev were reasonable, 4 offside situations well solved, good NO FLAG prior to Sparta Praha 0-1 in a not difficult match overall.
      He needs more challenging matches.


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    3. @Chefren: for me 8.3- no complicated situation for decision making, moderate pace ...
      A small suggestion for those who write observations! If the referee has a score from 8.3 to 8.4 UEFA R.C. considers that section " features that need to be corrected " must be empty.

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    4. Rather: " Points to improve "... :)
      Regards

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    5. Yes I agree, expected level for Stavrev.
      No arguments for improvement, of course based only on that match.
      Your opinion about the reports seems a good argument, but I remember a statement by Admin "Expected level doesn't mean that there aren't points for improvement".
      The discussion is open, maybe Admin can say his point of view.
      I partially agree with you, about that.

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    6. Right, that was an advice I gave prior to Olympic Games. If you have an extra-ordinary challenging match such as Skomina in Chelsea-Benfica or Cakir in Barcelona-Chelsea, and you detect important room for improvement, but at the same time the referee made important decisions correct, then I would say more than 8.4 would be too high but 8.2 or 8.1 also too less. Whether UEFA thinks in the same way, I don't know.

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  18. EL CLASSICO (2nd leg of Copa del Rey semifinal, 1-1)

    UNDIANO MALLENCO-ALBERTO
    DÍAZ PÉREZ DEL PALOMAR-ROBERTO
    CALVO GUADAMURO-JESÚS
    LEO OLLO-JULIO FERMÍN




    Sevilla - Atletico

    TEIXEIRA VITIENES-FERNANDO
    DÍAZ CASADO-VICTORIANO
    TORRE CIMIANO-MANUEL ÁNGEL
    LÓPEZ TOCA-ANTONIO

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  19. Nice analyse about Mallenco. It's my point of view :)

    http://www.thescottishsun.co.uk/scotsol/homepage/sport/spl/4794326/Ref-let-cheats-go-out-on-pull.html

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    1. Maybe apart from "Mallenco is unquestionable no1 in Spain" :D

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  20. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BXqci0XWDD4

    Nice scene from Steaua-Ajax.
    Hwere Steaua players asked for a penalty due to handball, TV images aren't clear and in my opinion it's impossible to say something but we must trust Tagliavento and Bergonzi (AAR2 involved) because it was impossible to miss a so blatant save, if happened...

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    1. By the way, the decision to award an indirect free kick in area was correct, due to keeper mistake (handball after a deliberate backpass by a teammate).

      Furthermore, I can also inform you that penalty given by Gautier, which decided Fenerbahçe - BATE, was correct.

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  21. Kralovec missed a pretty dark yellow card to Benfica' Perez in the 4th minute, brutal foul from behind, it was not even cautioned.
    Wilczek with a disallowed goal for offside when score was 0-0 (Leverkusen scored)..very tight, no clear replay. But I would say it was level, but really no complaint. Slysko with an excellent onside call prior to Benfica's 2-1.

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    1. Can you send me please a link to watch that,if you have it available?

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    2. Here, full match to download:
      http://forum.rojadirecta.es/showthread.php?190308-FUTBOL-Europa-League-Benfica-vs-Bayer-Leverkusen-21-02-2013&s=088c74cecad1a6c77da5c835a14baac8

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    3. Try to watch it here, I do not believe it will be available in a country except Germany.

      http://www.ran.de/de/videos/europa-league/benfica-leverkusen-die-highlights-2173914.html

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    4. Wilczek: http://s14.directupload.net/images/130222/6w4p5zdp.jpg

      Slysko:
      I marked the player who got the ball and highlighted the difficulty by giving two screenshots:

      1) http://s14.directupload.net/images/130222/oe2uglcj.jpg
      2) http://s1.directupload.net/images/130222/vidlpivl.jpg

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  22. Eriksson also with two correctly rejected penalty appeals, once he even gave dive, which was a bit hard. 8 minutes of added time in the second half, that was too much, 5 or 6 ok, but not 8. And finally, an excellent onside by Wärnmark preceding the 1-1.

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  23. Anonymous22/2/13 15:30

    Kircher gets Bayern-Dortmund in German Cup...

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  24. 26.02.2013 19.00 FSV Mainz 05 - SC Freiburg Deniz Aytekin; Christian Dietz; Benjamin Brand; Günter Perl

    26.02.2013 20.30 Kickers Offenbach - VfL Wolfsburg
    Wolfgang Stark, Jan Hendrik Salver, Mike Pickel, Dr. Jochen Drees

    27.02.2013 19.00 VfB Stuttgart - VfL Bochum Felix Zwayer; Markus Häcker; Marcel Pelgrim; Robert Hartmann

    27.02.2013 20.30 Bayern München - Dortmund Knut Kircher; Robert Kempter; Stefan Lupp; Guido Winkmann

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    1. I think, Kircher is a very good appointment, also because this match is more important than it will be in the league. I like also Aytekin's and Zwayer's nominations, but for Offenbach-Wolfsburg I would have preferred a younger man (e.g. Dingert) to get this experience. Offenbach is only 3rd division.

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  26. Don't know is it detected by you, but see above discussion about the second goal to Inter against Cluj. Offside or not???

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  27. Mohamed A.Fattah23/2/13 10:51

    Hi Friends,
    The Spanish Football association has unveiled the name who will be handling the big clashe in Copa del Rey 2nd leg.

    26/02/2013, Camp Nou
    Barcelona Vs Real Madrid
    Referee : Alberto Undiano Mallenco
    Asst. Referee1: Díaz Pérez Del Palomar-Roberto
    Asst. Referee2: Calvo Guadamuro-Jesús

    28/02/2013,Juan Ramon
    Sevilla Vs Atletico Madrid.
    Referee : Fernando Teixeira Vitienes
    Asst. Referee1: Díaz Casado-Victoriano
    Asst. Referee2: Torre Cimiano-Manuel Ángel

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    1. I posted it above, but thanks :)

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    2. Mohamed A.Fattah24/2/13 07:46

      Just now i saw your post .. . Thanks Relaxed Man

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  28. Excellent red card by Phil Dowd.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=flkMeeDVZhI

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  29. Barcelona-Sevilla
    Velasco Carballo with good performance.His fitnes-absolutely fantastic.

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  30. Useful site with many appointments ;)

    http://www.sedziapilkarski.pl/category/obsada-sedziowska

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  31. Van Boekel's match:

    Coen Droste did not assess that as a goal, even the replay does not make it clear. The old issue..
    http://www.dailymotion.com/de/relevance/search/steaua+ajax+/1#video=xxr1o5

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    1. GOAL:

      http://www.sendspace.pl/file/e0a2bd3321f4e8bdfbb431f

      By the way, van Boekel should see it being so brilliantly positioned.

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  32. http://www.dailymotion.com/video/xxr1o5_ajax-ado-goal-or-no-goal_sport sorry wrong link

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  33. A very intresting penalty interpretation by Cakir. Edu tries to control the ball with his arm, but his arm is totally sticked to his body.

    Rest of decisions seem ok!!

    http://www.ligtv.com.tr/lig/spor-toto-super-lig/ozet/2012-2013/23/gaziantepspor-bursaspor/?stage=18314&highlight=2681

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    1. Difficult, but I would say that penalty should not have been given.

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    2. And, one shoould note that there should have been another handball whistle on the free-kick of Antep (arm used in wall). But, Cakir was wrongly positioned overthere. Hence, it was impossible to see for him.

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  34. The double top-duel in France

    PARIS SAINT-GERMAIN – OLYMPIQUE MARSEILLE (24.02. - Ligue 1)
    FREDY FAUTREL - Cyril Gringore, Mathieu Lombard - Bartolomeu Varela Teles

    PARIS SAINT-GERMAIN – OLYMPIQUE MARSEILLE (27.02. - Coupe de France)
    STÉPHANE LANNOY - Frédéric Cano, Cédric Moreau - Cyril Saint Cricq Lompre - Olivier Thual, Mikaël Lesage


    And Milan Derby:
    INTER MILAN – AC MILAN (24.02.)
    PAOLO SILVIO MAZZOLENI - Giorgio Niccolai, Michele Giordano - Luca Maggiani - Luca Banti, Andrea Gervasoni

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